2020

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Comparative Studies, Volume 7, Issues 1-3 (December),  ISSN 2059-4976 (Print) & ISSN 2059-4984 (Online)

 

Editorial

Gordon Ade-ojo & James Ogunleye. Editorial

 

Papers

Joan Simons & Michael Snowden. A qualitative study exploring the perceptions of part time distance learning students learning gain using the  ‘Three Gains’ Employability model

Petrina Patricia Witbeen & Haileleul Zeleke Woldemariam. Multiculturalism and Communication in the HE Classroom Context: A Namibian Case Study

Mary Otiotio & Gordon O. Ade-Ojo. A Tale of missed opportunities: FE teachers’ CM exposure/readiness in the UK

Adewale Magaji. Reflecting on lessons from engaging with remote teaching during the Covid-19 pandemic in schools in England: a commentary on potentials for improvement


2019

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Comparative Studies, Volume 6, Issues 1-3 (December),  ISSN 2059-4976 (Print) & ISSN 2059-4984 (Online)

Editorial. Gordon Ade-Ojo & James Ogunleye. Five years and still going 

Papers

Eve Rapley. Neglected spaces. Exploring connections between physical settings and pedagogic enablement and constraint of HE teachers in an FE college

Mazia Yassim. Careers of Muslim Female Students: Perceptions and Challenges

James Vining Olugbemi Ojo.Locating IT in the context of Knowledge Management for competitive advantage


2018

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Comparative Studies, Volume 5, Issues 1-3 (December),  ISSN 2059-4976 (Print) & ISSN 2059-4984 (Online)

EditorialGordon Ade-Ojo & James Ogunleye

Editors’ Opinion Piece: Of Ideological Obsessions

Papers

David A. Turner & Maria G. Gonzalez de Turner. Working Partnerships in Education: How should we assess ‘partnership’?

Gulnar Ali, Michael Snowden, John Wattis & Melanie Rogers. Spirituality in Nursing education: Knowledge and practice gaps

Katerina Konstantinides-Vladimirou. The butterfly moderator model: a research informed analysis of Cypriot Secondary school teachers’ ‘needs motivators’

Sarah Flanagan. Exploring the practical and philosophical implications of the employability concept for stakeholders in higher education


2017

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Comparative Studies, Volume 4, Issues 1-3 (December),  ISSN 2059-4976 (Print) & ISSN 2059-4984 (Online)

Editorial

Gordon Ade-Ojo & James Ogunleye. Interdisciplinarity and the new REF agenda

Papers

John A. Smith & Rania Hafez. Rethinking the Concept of Social Construction from a Complexity Perspective

Magaji, A. & Ade-Ojo, G.O. Evaluating the potentials of Bloom’s Taxonomy as a tool for developing year 8 (Key Stage 3) science students’ questioning skills in a UK secondary school 

Kehinde A. Ayoola, Grace O. Olutayo &Theophilus A. Banji. Using Needs Analysis to Develop a Learner-Centred Use of English Curriculum for First Year Students in a Nigerian University

T. A. Enyew & H. Z. Woldemariam. Research Communication: Enhancing Academic Capital or Influencing Educational Policy in the Ethiopian Higher Education Context?


2016

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Comparative Studies, Volume 3, Issues 1-3 (December),  ISSN 2059-4976 (Print) & ISSN 2059-4984 (Online)

Editorial

Gordon Ade-Ojo & James Ogunleye. Brexit challenges and the role of interdisciplinary studies

Papers

Patrick Ainley. Social Mobility and Education in England, A Multidisciplinary if not Comparative Study

Franc Cankar, Tomi Deutsch, Ada Holcar Brunauer & Stanka Setnikar Cankar. Impact of educational philosophy on the quality of teaching and learning: A comparison of two programs

Theophilus AyoOluwa Banji. Corporate Advertising as an Index of Intertextuality in Death Discourse

Patricia Walker. Academics weathering the storms: the changing climate of UK HE in the face of increased managerial power, marketization and consumerist Regulation

Gertrude Shotte (Book Review)Adult Literacy Policy and Practice: from Intrinsic values to Instrumentalism


2015

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Comparative Studies, Volume 2, Issues 1-3 (December),  ISSN 2059-4976 (Print) & ISSN 2059-4984 (Online)

Editorial

Gordon Ade-Ojo & James Ogunleye. The goals of interdisciplinary studies

Papers

Gulnar Ali, John Wattis & Michael Snowden. ‘Why are Spiritual Aspects of Care so hard to Address in Nursing Education?’ A Literature Review (1993-2015)

Katerina Konstantinides-Vladimirou. Cypriot secondary school teachers’ professional life phases: a research-informed view of career-long motivation

Mark Betteney & Greg Brooks Can reading skills which are developed through the reading of music be transferred to benefit the early decoding of text?

Cecilia McKelvey & Jane Speare. Teachers Watching Teachers: exploring the influence of films on emergent teacher identities


2014

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Comparative Studies, Volume 1, Issue 3 (December),  ISSN 2059-4976 (Print) & ISSN 2059-4984 (Online)

Editorial

David A. Tuner. Fruitful Interdisciplinary Interactions

Papers

David A. Turner. Comparative Knowledge(s)

Ana Ivenicki. Multicultural Curriculum and De-Essentialisation

of Identities: a case study in a municipal initiative in Brazil

Ana Ivenicki & Gertrude Shotte. An Education ‘Jigsaw’: Some Highlights and Reflections on the Special International Roundtable on the IJMCS Conference, 4-6 September 2014

Toyin Coker. Further education teachers’ perceptions on collaboration

Guillermo Pérez-Bustamante,  María  Estrella & Emilio Álvarez Arregui. Developing human capital through continuous training

Michael Snowden & Jamie P. Halsall. Community Development: A Shift in Thinking Towards Heutagogy

Ana Ivenicki & Gertrude Shotte. Joining the Dots: An Overview of

the Special International Roundtable on Higher Education, Lifelong Learning and Social Inclusion

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2014

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Comparative Studies, Volume 1, Issue 2 (August),  ISSN 2059-4976 (Print) & ISSN 2059-4984 (Online)

Editorial

Vicky Duckworth & Gordon Ade-Ojo. Promoting Employability through Specific Literacies

Papers

John Crawford & Christine Irving. Information literacy, policy issues and employability

Jérôme Mbiatong. People with low qualification level: a critical analysis of the typologies of literacy needs profile

Pascal Lafont. Representations of illiteracy in France and Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) devices for adults facing literacy difficulties

Guillermo Pérez-Bustamante. Developing Entrepreneurial Literacy at University: A Hands-on Approach

Marcel Pariat. Basic education and post-high school training in France

Ruth Zannis. Literacy Identification and Support Training in France


2014

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Comparative Studies, Volume 1, Issue 1 (April),  ISSN 2059-4976 (Print) & ISSN 2059-4984 (Online)

Editorial

Gordon Ade-Ojo & James Ogunleye. The essence of multi-disciplinary Studies

Papers

Mark Betteney & Greg Brooks. Learning to read text and learning to read music: conceptual and pedagogical parallels

Larry Prochner, Ailie Cleghorn, Anna Kirova & Christine Massing. Culture and Practice in Early Childhood Teacher Education: A Comparative and Qualitative Study

Kasule George Wilson &Neema-Abooki. Challenges and Strategies of Improving Academic Staff Development in Higher Education Institutions in Uganda: The Case of Kyambogo University

Nicola Sowe & Gordon O. Ade-Ojo. Teacher trainers’ attitudes towards the use of digital recordings in collaborative feedback: A qualitative study

Ricardo V. Lozano. Integrating less developed countries in comparative estimations of returns to education

Shamaas Gul Khattak. A Comparative Analysis of the Elite-English-Medium Schools, State Urdu-Medium Schools and Dini-madaris in Pakistan